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By bus and train through the Tennengau and to Salzburg free of charge

Your car is also on winter-holiday in Annaberg-Lungötz

All guests from Annaberg-Lungötz with a valid Tennengau PlusCard (guest card) are entitled to use all bus lines in the Tennengau to the city of Salzburg, Gosau and Eben as well as on the S-Bahn in the Salzburg Taxham Europark - Golling Abtenau section free of charge.

Get your guest card and drive with you for free! ©TVB Annaberg-Lungötz

Free use of public transport

Environmentally friendly through the Tennengau

Enjoy the Salzburg mountains and travel relaxed to your destination. Not only protect the environment, but also your wallet and use the public transport free of charge for trips in the Tennengau up to the Mozart city of Salzburg. When practicing winter sports, you can use the public buses from Annaberg-Lungötz to the Dachstein-West ski area, to other slopes, cross-country ski runs or toboggan runs in Tennengau, also with the TennengauPlus guest card free of charge.
  • Guests using the bus can buy the free ticket (replacement ticket) directly from the bus driver.
  • Guests traveling by train do not need to buy a ticket, the TennengauPlusCard is the ticket.

 

Photo ID is required! Further timetable informationen is available from Salzburg Public Transport.

Free skibus in the Dachstein-West ski area ©Gästeservice Tennengau

Free skibus in the Dachstein-West ski region

Winter sports fun without searching for a parking space

Free ski buses run throughout the entire Dachstein-West ski region. So you get free of charge from A like Annaberg to Z like Zwieselalm - all you have to do is present your valid guest card.

  • From Annaberg-Lungötz to Dachstein-West ski area with Bus Nr. 471 (valid until 08.12.2018)
  • Shuttle to the ski area from Golling via Abtenau to Gosau with Bus Nr. 470 (valid until 08.12.2018)

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